Skip the rum found in a traditional mojito and make this blueberry mojito mocktail with lime and mint. Add fresh blueberries for a delicious and beautiful non-alcoholic drink. They are the perfect way to cool down on a hot summer day.
You only need a few ingredients to make these blueberry mojito mocktails! They are quick and easy but feel like a fancy treat. Make them today for a refreshing summer beverage.
Fresh blueberries are muddled with lime wedges, sugar, and mint. This gives the mocktail a classic mojito flavor and a pretty purple hue.
Ice cubes ensure it is cold and refreshing, and club soda gives it a fizzy finish.
Extra blueberries, lime wedges, and mint make a beautiful garnish.
How to make a blueberry mojito mocktail
Muddle the lime wedges, sugar, blueberries, and mint in a tall, sturdy glass.
Fill the glass with ice and top with club soda.
Stir just enough to combine.
Make a garnish by skewering whole blueberries and a lime wedge onto a cocktail pick. Add a sprig of fresh mint if you’re feelin’ extra.
Frequently asked questions
Yes! Make it a cocktail by adding an ounce of light rum before adding the club soda.
The handle end of a wooden spoon makes a great substitute for a muddler.
Sure. As is, it’s lightly sweet and very refreshing. If you want to make it sweeter, add another teaspoon of sugar.
How to serve blueberry mojito mocktails
- Serve them as a pick-me-up any day of the week
- Offer them as a non-alcoholic option at parties
- Perfect for front porch sippin’ on a hot summer afternoon
Looking for more summer drinks?
- Watermelon Pineapple Smoothie
- Strawberry Daiquiri Mocktails and a classic cocktail version
- Cucumber, Lemon, and Mint Water
- Watermelon Whiskey Sours
Tag @mandifofthemountains on Instagram with your mocktail creations. I can’t wait to see what you’ve made!
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